We live between a natural river and a man made one. Sand fleas can become a problem around here. With winter being as mild as it was, it never got cold enough, long enough, to diminish the flea population.
Apple cider vinegar in the pet water greatly helps. But that doesn't keep them out of my house. I remember as a kid, we use to use a reading lamp, a pan of water and a drop of liquid soap. My mom also sprinkled table salt throughout the house. Now it has become a ritual of sorts. Whenever we start to see fleas, salt goes on the floor. But instead of a reading lamp, we use a heat lamp. Within two days, no more adult flea problem. We repeat this about once a month becuase it does nothing to the eggs. it seems that as soon as you have spotted a flea, they have already begun laying eggs.
What do you do if you have a flea problem?